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# I write two separate binomials in one variable whose degrees are 17.

Answer :

(**Note:** The degree is the value of the greatest (highest) exponent of any expression (except the constant) in the polynomial. To find the degree all that you have to do is find the largest exponent in the polynomial).

(Binomial means the polynomial will have two terms and degree =17 means that highest power should be 17).

∴ First binomial: x^{17} – 4x^{5}

Second Binomial= 7x^{17} + 27

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